Alena Stukavcova Dolezalova
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  • Jablonec nad Nisou
  • Czech Republic
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Jablonec nad Nisou, Czech Republic
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home studio, exhibitions
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I'm a puppet and stage designer, illustrator, sculptor and jewellery designer.
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At 2:46pm on April 6, 2014, Brigitte Martin said…

Thank you very much for your membership renewal and continued support of crafthaus. Your membership is valid through April 15, 2015.

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At 1:26pm on August 12, 2011, Beth Novak said…

Alena! Sorry it took so long for me to confirm your friend request! I'm fairly new to the site and I didn't see the request until now! Your work is amazing. I'm looking forward to seeing more of it!

At 10:00am on January 12, 2011, Ethical Metalsmiths said…

Dear Alena,

Thanks for adding Ethical Metalsmiths as a friend on crrafthaus! The best way to keep in touch with what we are doing to an receive opportunities for jewelers and metalsmiths is to sign-up for our e-mailing list. I included the sign-up link below.

http://www.ethicalmetalsmiths.org/NewsletterSignup.html

Nice work!

Cheers,

Christina
At 6:34pm on January 8, 2011, The Justified Sinner said…

I feel much the same about your work!

We have some connection.

At 8:13am on January 1, 2011, Brigitte Martin said…
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Image Credit: Diana Greenwood

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